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Positive thinking can go a long way. Our thoughts and intentions really do matter, Dr. Masaru Emoto believes they can even alter the world around us!
Dr. Masaru Emoto is a researcher and alternative healer from Japan. He is most famous for his water molecule experiment, The Hidden Message in Water. In his experiments, he often demonstrates that human thoughts and intentions can and do physically alter reality. One of those things often altered in his work is water.
“To give your positive or negative attention to something is a way of giving energy. The most damaging form of behavior is withholding your attention.” -Masaru Emoto
One of his studies included about two thousand people in Tokyo. They focused all of their positive intentions towards water samples that were placed inside an electromagnetically shielded room in Californa. Ice crystals were found formed in both sets of water (the control and the one in California) but only specific formations were present in the water that they focused on. The results were blindly assessed for aesthetic appeal by one hundred judges and people preferred the ones who had positive intentions pressed to them.
His proof doesn’t stop there, another one of his famous experiments is the rice experiment. For this one, he placed portions of cooked rice into two containers. On one he wrote ‘thank you’ the other ‘you fool.’ He instructed school children to read the labels every day when they passed them and in the end, the container marked you fool after 30 days was rotten while the other had hardly changed. You can see a demonstration of this in the video below.
What do you think about this? Do you think your thoughts and intentions have an effect on your surroundings? If you’ve ever been hit with negative energy you know how crippling it can be. Maybe stop to think what kind of things you are allowing yourself to put into this world next time something overly negative comes to mind.